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Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that aims to lighten the color of teeth. There are a variety of methods for whitening teeth, including using bleaching agents, abrasive pastes, and special light sources. It’s important to note that teeth whitening is not permanent and the results may vary. It’s also worth noting that teeth whitening may not work on all types of stains, and it may not be suitable for everyone, please contact us to book an appointment with a dentist who can advise you.

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You are closer to a brighter smile than you think, as this treatment takes just four simple steps;
  1. Consultation with your dentist to see if you qualify for Teeth Whitening.
  2. Impressions are taken and sent to the laboratory. A shade is taken of your natural teeth, using a shade guide or through the form of photographs.
  3. Whitening Trays are fitted, and you are given 6-8 tubes of PolaDay or PolaNight.
  4. Review you in a couple of weeks to monitor your progress.
Although Teeth Whitening is not permanent it can last up to 2-3 years. Try to avoid food and drink that will cause staining, such as curry and black coffee for optimal results.
Teeth whitening may not be suitable for everyone, and it may not work on all types of stains. Some people may have teeth that are naturally yellow or brown, and teeth whitening may not be effective in these cases. It’s always a good idea to consult with a dentist before undergoing any teeth whitening treatment to determine if it is an appropriate option.
Teeth whitening is generally safe and should not damage the teeth when performed by a dental professional. However, it is possible to experience some tooth sensitivity or gum irritation during or after the treatment. It’s always a good idea to follow the instructions for use provided with the teeth whitening product and to consult with your dentist if you have any concerns.

Pricing

Teeth Whitening Upper & Lower Bleaching Trays£320

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that aims to lighten the color of teeth and improve their overall appearance. It is a popular treatment that is sought after by people who want to improve the appearance of their teeth or who have teeth that have become discoloured due to various reasons such as aging, consumption of staining foods and beverages, and poor oral hygiene.

There are several methods for whitening teeth, including over-the-counter products, professional dental treatments, and laser teeth whitening.

Over-the-counter teeth whitening kits are products that can be purchased at a pharmacy or online and are applied at home. These kits typically contain a peroxide-based bleaching agent and are applied to the teeth using a tray or strip. The tray or strip is usually worn for a certain amount of time, and the process is typically repeated several times to achieve the desired level of whiteness. While over-the-counter kits can be effective, they may not produce the same results as professional treatments, and it may take longer to see results.

Professional in-office teeth whitening is a more effective method of whitening teeth as it involves the use of a stronger bleaching agent that is applied to the teeth by a dental professional. This method is typically faster than over-the-counter products and can produce longer-lasting results. The dental professional will first clean the teeth to remove any plaque or tartar, and then apply the bleaching agent to the teeth. The bleaching agent is usually activated using a special light or laser, which helps to speed up the whitening process. The procedure may take one or more visits to the dental office, depending on the desired level of whiteness.

Laser teeth whitening is another option for whitening teeth. This method uses a special light or laser to activate the bleaching agent and speed up the whitening process. Laser teeth whitening is typically performed by a dental professional and can produce fast and long-lasting results. However, it is also the most expensive option for whitening teeth.

It’s important to note that teeth whitening is not a permanent solution and the results may vary. The whiteness of the teeth may fade over time, especially if the person consumes staining foods and beverages or practices poor oral hygiene. Touch-up treatments may be needed to maintain the desired level of whiteness.

Teeth whitening may not be suitable for everyone, and it may not work on all types of stains. Some people may experience sensitivity or discomfort during or after the treatment. It’s always a good idea to consult with a dental professional before undergoing any teeth whitening treatment. A dental professional will be able to assess the individual’s oral health and determine if teeth whitening is an appropriate treatment option. They will also be able to recommend the best method of whitening teeth based on the individual’s specific needs and preferences.

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8:45am - 5:30pm
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Wednesday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Thursday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Friday
8:45am - 5:00pm
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Dant Y Coed
1 & 2 Maelor Buildings
Heol Maelor
Coedpoeth
Wrexham, LL11 3NG
Monday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Tuesday
8:45am - 7:30pm
Wednesday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Thursday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Friday
8:45am - 5:00pm
Sat & Sunday
Closed

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